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LOVE'S DEAD END (Bobby Sykes / Bill Phillips) Bill Phillips - 1966 I walked into this lonely town, met an old friend of mine I told him I came here to try and get you off my mind If you don't change the way you do, soon you'll run out of friends Then you'll be lonely just like me, down at Love's Dead End I asked a man who seemed to know his way around the town If he knew where I could go to let my mem'ries drown He said I know of just the place, I'll take you there my friend It's down along the waterfront, they call it Love's Dead End We'll walk down Heartbreak Avenue past the point of no return The farther down the street you go, the more your heart will yearn Go past the place where lights are low they call Regretful Inn Fifty teardrops to the right and you're at Love's Dead End (Instrumental Break) We'll walk down Heartbreak Avenue past the point of no return The farther down the street you go, the more your heart will yearn Go past the place where lights are low they call Regretful Inn Fifty teardrops to the right and you're at Love's Dead End (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2013)

    


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